Capri Tools 21072 5-in Air Blow Gun with Rubber Tip
This 5" Air Blow Gun, Rubber Tip, Intuitive Lever Design, Us Npt 1/4" 18Th Inner Thread
What We Like
- Features intuitive lever design that ensures convenient and easy usage
- Built-in ergonomic handle offers a firm and comfortable grip
- Comes with a rubber tip that increases precision
- may leak air at times
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,196 reviews for 34 products in the Air-Compressor Accessories category.
We then analyzed 26 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 88% of reviews were positive and about 12% were negative.
9.20 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Capri Tools 21072 5-in Air Blow Gun with Rubber Tip
I don't regret buying it so far, it's not perfect but it's good and I like the rubber tip on the end.
It has been dropped a few times on asphalt, and while it still works well, it has earned some battle scars.
I don't think this is a bad price, but it has great ergonomics and the rubber will seal up on small holes in things like carbs, which is something I like about it. The bent rubber tipped nozzle is great to get into tight areas and the rubber will seal up on small
I'm happy with the purchase, and I'll be using it for a variety of purposes, including better air control for more demanding projects, and a better higher cost air nozzle.
I ordered 2 more because I liked it so much.
I don't know if I need to purchase anything else for this to work.
Yes. You need to purchase a fitting to screw in the end of the air gun, and Amazon has a kit of multiple fitting put a little Teflon on the works.
Is it possible to use this to inflate a kids swimming pool?
I used mine to inflate a rubber boat.
I don't have any threads on the end. What do I do to connect it?
If you want to get started, just remove your old quick connect fitting and wrap a little Teflon tape around it, thread it in and you're in business.
Is the tip made of hard plastic or a soft rubber?
There is a soft rubber tip.
What is the required pressure and cfm for operating this tool?
I have a compressor that works great with this tool and it only takes 10 psi to change it to the way I want it to.